How To Find Property Deals

August 12, 2015

Tips & Ideas

Modern Showhome KitchenIn some regions of New Zealand finding good yielding property deals is now nearly impossible. Auckland is a sellers’ market and property investors are finding it tough to get anything above three percent yield and they’re not alone, regions with no known supply issue have very few listings. What action can property investors take to a heads up on property deals that will return a good yield or profit?

A discussion on PropertyTalk aptly titled: “Ways of finding good property deals” is proving very helpful. The investors have said to find good deals you have to market your intention. So it’s best to start with an advertising budget. With that sorted the next step is to put together a plan of action. Work out where your audience hangs out and target your marketing campaign accordingly. You’ll need an online and offline campaign.

Set up your own webpage or website or blog as well as social media profiles. Your audience may be on Facebook therefore you can create posts under your profile and then pay to boost the post to reach your non followers as well as run actual Facebook adverts.

A Google Adwords campaign was also recommended on PropertyTalk – catching people via their search requests. Also online banners on sites like Trade Me or generic news sites. Offline channels for your marketing would include adverts in local newspapers, magazines, and also a direct mail drop of a flyer. Shopping malls and supermarkets with notice boards are also good advertising channels.

There are lots of other methods to find good property deals. The starting point is being proactive rather than reactive. Proactive is taking action to bring the deals to you. Property investors are wising up to the value of PropertyTutors and their property masters events and mentoring programme. They have systems that greatly assist in identifying property deals.

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